Bargain Hunter: Johnny Cash, Sarah Buxton

In the Amazon docket today is the last recorded album by a country legend and the long-awaited first by a promising upstart.

Johnny Cash’s American VI: Ain’t No Grave is going for $3.99. Upon first listen, his voice and the arrangements actually sound a bit more alive than on previous sets in the series. Plus he covers the Hawaiian classic, “Aloha Oe.” Represent.

Sarah Buxton’s much-delayed debut album – featuring current single “Outside My Window”, plus “Space”, “Stupid Boy”, “That Kind of Day”, and the bridge of “Strawberry Wine” “Innocence” – has been released in two different versions.

First up, a regular version for $5.99, featuring an Amazon MP3 exclusive track called “Crazy Dream”:

And then a version including the regular album plus “The Pajama Sessions,” which appears to be acoustic versions of all the songs on the album. That one’s going for $10.99.

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  1. JLNo Gravatar

    You missed a good one! The mp3 version of Josh Turner’s “Everything is Fine” is available on Amazon for $5.

  2. Kevin John CoyneNo Gravatar

    Bought ‘em both (JC and the deluxe SB.)

  3. ChadNo Gravatar

    So which Sarah Buxton is the better pick for someone who doesn’t know her music that well?